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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 02-28-2004, 07:13 PM Thread Starter
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supplement help...

I tore my ACL back in Aug. and I got pretty lazy during my down period and gained some weight. Now I am back in the GYM and trying to get into shape for the summer and I need to know what supplement/s would be the best for me.

Basically I have gained weight and now have a gut and want to lose it. I have been doing an ab workout pretty regularly for a month now and have seen some results, but the fat gut is still there (just more firm now). I have reduced my carbs ALOT too. What supplement would be good to help aid in losing this bulge?

What would help me lean/ tone/firm up all over? I really don't care if I get alot bigger but I just want to be cut. What supplement/s could help me do this thanks!

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read is a good little bit of info

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Whey protein: This is one of our finest sources of available protein and it is an invaluable part of your supplement arsenal. Since whey is a very fast-acting protein it is best used as a post workout supplement. Thirty to sixty grams taken with simple carbs right after a workout will set the growth process in motion.

Glutamine: A supplement with a myriad of muscle-building, health-enhancing benefits, it should be on almost every bodybuilders “must use” list. Multiple daily doses is the way to go with glutamine. Simply mix 5 g in water and drink it down 30 minutes before breakfast, before training, after training, and 30 minutes before bed.

Creatine: This muscle building, strength enhancing powerhouse is one of the most researched compounds in all the sports supplementation industry. It has gained popularity and remained on top for one reason…it flat out works. Use 20 g per day for the first five days, split into 4 even daily doses. Mix with water or grape juice or right into a protein shake. After this loading phase, simply maintain creatine stores with only 5 g per day, taken before breakfast or right after training.

EFA's: Essential fatty acids should appear in everybody’s diet. Unlike some fats, EFAs are incredibly healthful and will help the bodybuilder build more muscle and lower bodyfat. Oils such as flax, fish, and olive, contain plenty of EFAs, and they should be consumed regularly. Depending on your overall caloric needs, between 1 and 4 tablespoons of EFAs should be consumed daily. Mix them into protein drinks or salads, or take the caps with meals. You can also use CLA, a more specialized healthy fat that has been shown to enhance immunity, repartition calories, and lower bodyfat.

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